Q & Ale

question and aleWelcome to Q & Ale!

Q & Ale is the place to get your questions about beer answered.  Simply use the “contact me” link at the top of the page to submit a question.  If it’s one I can answer (and is something I think people would be interested in knowing), I’ll research it and create a post.  Additionally, I’ll comb through the list of the more interesting questions that people type into search engines, questions that lead them to I think about beer.

If you’d like to be acknowledged in the answer, please indicate that you would, how you’d like it listed, and include your location in the world, i.e. “Jimmy – Beer City, Belgium.”  If you don’t specifically ask to have your name included, I’ll leave the question as from “anonymous.”

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What is Bottle Conditioning?

How is beer classified in the Czech Republic?

Can beer that’s cold be brought up to room temperature and stored without ruining it?

How do you do you get a job in the beer industry? Part 1: Wholesaler

How do you get a job in the beer industry? Part 2: Brewery

Are all sour beers spontaneously fermented?

Are Westvleteren 12 and St. Bernardus 12 the same beers?

What is “dry hopping?”

What is the “pissing boy” on the bottle of Blanche de Bruxelles?

Why are they called a dubbel, tripel, quadrupel?

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